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Samson Galvin, Rachael Kate Yanalitis, Eric Leon, Joshua Winder, Randy Haluck, Paris von Lockette, Jason Z. Moore
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Med. Devices. June 2023, 17(2): 021009.
Paper No: MED-22-1131
Published Online: April 19, 2023
...Samson Galvin; Rachael Kate Yanalitis; Eric Leon; Joshua Winder; Randy Haluck; Paris von Lockette; Jason Z. Moore Laparoscopic surgery is a common minimally invasive surgery that uses specialized tools to access the abdominal cavity and pelvic regions via small incisions called ports. Compared...
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Med. Devices. March 2014, 8(1): 014501.
Paper No: MED-12-1144
Published Online: December 6, 2013
... is a recently developed minimally invasive method with potential for solid tumor treatment such as in liver cancer. A recently described prototype device, however, is too large for use in the more common rodent models of cancer. In this report we describe a simple, low-cost variant of the device that is easy...
Article Type: Design Innovation Paper
J. Med. Devices. March 2012, 6(1): 015001.
Published Online: March 13, 2012
...Matthew G. Geeslin; Erik N. Cressman Solid focal and oligometastatic malignancies are appropriate targets for minimally invasive ablative procedures. Thermochemical ablation is an experimental minimally invasive procedure, which exploits certain features of current thermal and chemical tumor...
Alexander H. Slocum, Jr., William R. Bosworth, Anirban Mazumdar, Miguel A. Saez, Martin L. Culpepper, Robert A. Levine, MD
Article Type: Design Innovations
J. Med. Devices. June 2009, 3(2): 025001.
Published Online: June 4, 2009
... . Despite its efficacy in treating ischemic MR, the chordal cutting procedure in its present form has had limited impact due to the fact that it is performed open-heart under direct vision. Most MR patients lack the physical stamina to undergo open-heart surgery ( 7 ). A comparable, minimally invasive...